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Canadian Military History: An Overview
War of 1812
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South African War
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Second World War


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Art, Music and Literature
Painting of the battlefield from Vimy Ridge, Lens-Arras Road
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Canadian Military History: An Overview
The battlefield from Vimy Ridge, Lens-Arras Road
Etching of the attack of Fort Oswego on Lake Ontario, May 6, 1814
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War of 1812
Attack of Fort Oswego on Lake Ontario, May 6, 1814
Painting of Chaudière Falls with bridge over the Ottawa River, Bytown (now Ottawa)
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Rebellions of 1837 and 1838
Chaudière Falls with bridge over the Ottawa River, Bytown (now Ottawa)
 
Engraving entitled SKETCH OF BATTLE FIELD OF BATOCHE
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Northwest Campaign
"Sketch of Battle Field of Batoche"
Cover of book, WITH THE ROYAL CANADIANS, by Stanley McKeown Brown
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South African War
With the Royal Canadians, by Stanley McKeown Brown
Photograph of soldier and child looking at a photograph of a soldier holding a baby on his knee, from the British Exhibition of War Pictures in London, England
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First World War
Soldier and child looking at a photograph from the British Exhibition of War Pictures in London, England
 
Portrait of war artist 2nd Lieutenant Mollie Lamb of the Canadian Women's Army Corps
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Second World War
War artist 2nd Lieutenant Mollie Lamb of the Canadian Women's Army Corps
   

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